thekimonogallery:

Circa 1905 lantern-slide image by K. Tamamura.  Japan.  Image via Okinawa Soba on Flickr

  1. Camera: PENTAX RICOH IMAGING PENTAX WG-3 GPS
  2. Aperture: f/5,1
  3. Exposure: 1/250th
  4. Focal Length: 11mm
yousagi:


Gateau Chocolat
身体のラインを際立たせ、フェティッシュでありながら、気品を持ったデザイン。

しっとりした黒と、見え隠れする濃紺。 
フェティッシュ×クラシカル。
製作/撮影 Empoisonnement du sucre
yousagi:


Gateau Chocolat
身体のラインを際立たせ、フェティッシュでありながら、気品を持ったデザイン。

しっとりした黒と、見え隠れする濃紺。 
フェティッシュ×クラシカル。
製作/撮影 Empoisonnement du sucre

yousagi:

Gateau Chocolat

身体のラインを際立たせ、フェティッシュでありながら、気品を持ったデザイン。

しっとりした黒と、見え隠れする濃紺。 

フェティッシュ×クラシカル。

製作/撮影 Empoisonnement du sucre

japaneseaesthetics:

Two Pheasants.  Artist:  Koson .  About 1910, Japan

japaneseaesthetics:

Two Pheasants.  Artist:  Koson .  About 1910, Japan

jibadojo:

Bay Watch - Elegant Line - 続風流線

taishou-kun:

Iwata Sentarou 岩田専太郎 1901-1974
Bijin in yukata - 1960s

taishou-kun:

Iwata Sentarou 岩田専太郎 1901-1974

Bijin in yukata - 1960s

thekimonogallery:

Contemporary furisode # 1.  Japan

archiemcphee:

Japanese artist and student Takayuki Hori created this awesome (and award-winning) series of eight translucent origami skeletal animals entitled Oritsunagumono, which translates to mean ‘things folded and connected’.
Printed on translucent paper, each piece represents an endangered species native to Japan’s coastal waterways and contains a foreign object inside their body - human-made detritus - representing the environmental threats faced by these animals. They are hauntingly beautiful memento mori for fragile wildlife struggling to cope in a hazardous ecosystem.
[via Beautiful/Decay, designboom and Colossal (visit all three for additional images)]
archiemcphee:

Japanese artist and student Takayuki Hori created this awesome (and award-winning) series of eight translucent origami skeletal animals entitled Oritsunagumono, which translates to mean ‘things folded and connected’.
Printed on translucent paper, each piece represents an endangered species native to Japan’s coastal waterways and contains a foreign object inside their body - human-made detritus - representing the environmental threats faced by these animals. They are hauntingly beautiful memento mori for fragile wildlife struggling to cope in a hazardous ecosystem.
[via Beautiful/Decay, designboom and Colossal (visit all three for additional images)]
archiemcphee:

Japanese artist and student Takayuki Hori created this awesome (and award-winning) series of eight translucent origami skeletal animals entitled Oritsunagumono, which translates to mean ‘things folded and connected’.
Printed on translucent paper, each piece represents an endangered species native to Japan’s coastal waterways and contains a foreign object inside their body - human-made detritus - representing the environmental threats faced by these animals. They are hauntingly beautiful memento mori for fragile wildlife struggling to cope in a hazardous ecosystem.
[via Beautiful/Decay, designboom and Colossal (visit all three for additional images)]
archiemcphee:

Japanese artist and student Takayuki Hori created this awesome (and award-winning) series of eight translucent origami skeletal animals entitled Oritsunagumono, which translates to mean ‘things folded and connected’.
Printed on translucent paper, each piece represents an endangered species native to Japan’s coastal waterways and contains a foreign object inside their body - human-made detritus - representing the environmental threats faced by these animals. They are hauntingly beautiful memento mori for fragile wildlife struggling to cope in a hazardous ecosystem.
[via Beautiful/Decay, designboom and Colossal (visit all three for additional images)]
archiemcphee:

Japanese artist and student Takayuki Hori created this awesome (and award-winning) series of eight translucent origami skeletal animals entitled Oritsunagumono, which translates to mean ‘things folded and connected’.
Printed on translucent paper, each piece represents an endangered species native to Japan’s coastal waterways and contains a foreign object inside their body - human-made detritus - representing the environmental threats faced by these animals. They are hauntingly beautiful memento mori for fragile wildlife struggling to cope in a hazardous ecosystem.
[via Beautiful/Decay, designboom and Colossal (visit all three for additional images)]
archiemcphee:

Japanese artist and student Takayuki Hori created this awesome (and award-winning) series of eight translucent origami skeletal animals entitled Oritsunagumono, which translates to mean ‘things folded and connected’.
Printed on translucent paper, each piece represents an endangered species native to Japan’s coastal waterways and contains a foreign object inside their body - human-made detritus - representing the environmental threats faced by these animals. They are hauntingly beautiful memento mori for fragile wildlife struggling to cope in a hazardous ecosystem.
[via Beautiful/Decay, designboom and Colossal (visit all three for additional images)]
archiemcphee:

Japanese artist and student Takayuki Hori created this awesome (and award-winning) series of eight translucent origami skeletal animals entitled Oritsunagumono, which translates to mean ‘things folded and connected’.
Printed on translucent paper, each piece represents an endangered species native to Japan’s coastal waterways and contains a foreign object inside their body - human-made detritus - representing the environmental threats faced by these animals. They are hauntingly beautiful memento mori for fragile wildlife struggling to cope in a hazardous ecosystem.
[via Beautiful/Decay, designboom and Colossal (visit all three for additional images)]
archiemcphee:

Japanese artist and student Takayuki Hori created this awesome (and award-winning) series of eight translucent origami skeletal animals entitled Oritsunagumono, which translates to mean ‘things folded and connected’.
Printed on translucent paper, each piece represents an endangered species native to Japan’s coastal waterways and contains a foreign object inside their body - human-made detritus - representing the environmental threats faced by these animals. They are hauntingly beautiful memento mori for fragile wildlife struggling to cope in a hazardous ecosystem.
[via Beautiful/Decay, designboom and Colossal (visit all three for additional images)]
archiemcphee:

Japanese artist and student Takayuki Hori created this awesome (and award-winning) series of eight translucent origami skeletal animals entitled Oritsunagumono, which translates to mean ‘things folded and connected’.
Printed on translucent paper, each piece represents an endangered species native to Japan’s coastal waterways and contains a foreign object inside their body - human-made detritus - representing the environmental threats faced by these animals. They are hauntingly beautiful memento mori for fragile wildlife struggling to cope in a hazardous ecosystem.
[via Beautiful/Decay, designboom and Colossal (visit all three for additional images)]
archiemcphee:

Japanese artist and student Takayuki Hori created this awesome (and award-winning) series of eight translucent origami skeletal animals entitled Oritsunagumono, which translates to mean ‘things folded and connected’.
Printed on translucent paper, each piece represents an endangered species native to Japan’s coastal waterways and contains a foreign object inside their body - human-made detritus - representing the environmental threats faced by these animals. They are hauntingly beautiful memento mori for fragile wildlife struggling to cope in a hazardous ecosystem.
[via Beautiful/Decay, designboom and Colossal (visit all three for additional images)]

archiemcphee:

Japanese artist and student Takayuki Hori created this awesome (and award-winning) series of eight translucent origami skeletal animals entitled Oritsunagumono, which translates to mean ‘things folded and connected’.

Printed on translucent paper, each piece represents an endangered species native to Japan’s coastal waterways and contains a foreign object inside their body - human-made detritus - representing the environmental threats faced by these animals. They are hauntingly beautiful memento mori for fragile wildlife struggling to cope in a hazardous ecosystem.

[via Beautiful/Decay, designboom and Colossal (visit all three for additional images)]

jibadojo:

Samurai and Horse

jibadojo:

Samurai and Horse

jibadojo:

Clearing Weather at Horikawa - Horikawa seiran - Eda Genzô (Yôbu hakkei)

jibadojo:

Uchiyama Genzo - Onraku-ji at Mount Shofû in Ogasaka.  The Chichibu Pilgrimage Route (Chichibu junrei nijûsanban Ogasaka Shofûsan Onraku-ji), (Kannon reigenki)